He has published numerous articles, some of which include:

Jay Goldberg - Publications

“'Brady' and the Unfulfilled Promise of an Even Playing Field,” New York Law Journal, December 3, 2013.

“Method of Proving Prior Charging Decision by Government,” New York Law Journal, January 8, 2013.

“Further Reflections On The RFK I Knew: His Conduct During The Cuban Missle Crisis - 13 Days in October 1962,” Monograph, Winter 2013.


“Allowing Jurors to Take the Indictment Home: Could It Happen In State Court?” New York Law Journal, November 6, 2012.

“The Civil War: A Bitter Disappointment,” Monograph, Fall 2012.

“Unequal Justice: Distinctions Between Federal and State Trial Practice,” Atticus, Fall 2012.

“Defendants’ 'Informational Disadvantage' Continues in Federal Criminal Cases,” New York Law Journal, August 20, 2012.

“Underutilized Methods of Dealing With Government Witnesses,” New York Law Journal, June 26, 2012.

The Doctrine Of Other Crimes Evidence Admissible Under Federal Rules of Evidence, i.e., Rule 404(B): The Bane Of Every Criminal Defense Trial LawyerNew York Law Journal, March 15, 2012.

“Abraham Lincoln: Which Branch of Government Seriously Diminished His Legacy?” The International Lincoln Center for American Studies, March/April 2012 edition.

“The Second Circuit Offers a Primer for Criminal Law Practitioners,” New York Law Journal, October 19, 2011.

“The Administration�s Problems with RFK as the Attorney General,” Federal Bar Council Quarterly, May 2011.

“The Use of Humor as a Trial Technique,” New York Law Journal, May 18, 2011.

“Do We Have The Best And The Brightest New York State Supreme Court Justices?” Monograph, April 2011.

“The Appropriateness of Military Trials for Terrorists,” White Collar Crime Reporter, June 1, 2010.

“Military Tribunals Versus Civilian Trials During War And Peace,” New York Law Journal, May 17, 2010.

“Allow Jurors to Arrive at a Third Verdict: ‘Not Proven’,” New York Law Journal, December 10, 2009.

“How to Get a Hearing Under FRE 104(A) To Test The Bona Fides of the Government’s Witness Cooperation Agreement,” New York Law Journal, November 20, 2009.

“Miranda Redux,” White Collar Crime Reporter, July 25, 2009.

“Interrogations and the Law: Does ’Miranda’ Work?” New York Law Journal, June 10, 2009.

“A Call to Action � The Need To Ensure Protection of New York's Privacy Law - Civil Rights Law 50 and 51,” New York Law Journal, February 5, 2008.

“Reflections: The Robert F. Kennedy I knew,” The Champion, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, November 2007.
“Testimony of Government Informers and Jury Knowledge of the Risks They Pose,” New York Law Journal, August 11, 2006.

“When an Attorney Forfeits the Right to Fees,” New York Law Journal, May 15, 2006.

“The Power of the Jury: Is it Diminished by Court Rulings?” New York Law Journal, March 9, 2005.

“The Adversarial System in Criminal Cases,” New York Law Journal, November 17, 2005.

“Multi-defendant Trials: Sixth Amendment Rights Get Little Protection,” New York Law Journal, September 12, 2005.

“RICO Conspiracy: The Need for Appropriate Jury Instruction,” New York Law Journal, July 7, 2005.

“Caution to the Bar: The Reach of Federal Rule of Evidence 612,” New York Law Journal, July 12, 2004.

“The Need to Assure That Justice is Done,” White Collar Crime Reporter, June, 2004.

“Government Witness Cooperation Agreements: A Defense Perspective,” New York Law Journal, November, 2003.

“The Need for Consistency When Dealing With the Right to Obtain Constitutionally Mandated Discovery,” New York City Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, October 2003.

“Why the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York Should Adopt a Brady Rule,” New York Law Journal, June, 2003.

“Counsel Beware: It Is Not Enough to Have One-Party Consent Before Recording a Conversation,” New York City Criminal Bar Journal, January/February 2001.

“A Little Known Hidden Problem Within the Federal Wiretap Statute,” White Collar Crime Reporter, October 2000.

“A Seldom Used But Often Effective Rule of Evidence,” New York City Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, September/October 2000

“Nuances in Federal Law that Must Be Known by State Practitioners Trying Federal Cases,” CLE Lecture, August 25, 2000.

“Humor: Does It Have a Place in the Trial of a Criminal Case,” American Bar Association, July, 2000.

“The Best Kept Secret in the Trial of a Federal Criminal Case,” White Collar Crime Reporter, May 2000.

“Tape Recorded Evidence: A Little Known Impediment to Use of Electronic Devices To Gather Evidence, Even in a One-Party Consent State,” The Champion, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, April 2000.

“Brady/Giglio and the Defendant's Right to Such Material,” The Champion, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, August 1998.
Jay Goldberg - Publications

“Truth in Government Summations: The Need for Judicial Intervention,” White Collar Crime Reporter, July/August 1998

“The Need for Enforcement of Brady/Giglio Rights,” New York City Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, March/April 1998.

“Awaken Defense Bar: Your Client’s Rights Are Not Protected,” New York Law Journal, March 12, 1998.

“When Will They Understand the Role of the Criminal Defense Attorney?” The Champion, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, September 1997.

“Criminal Defense Is Often a One Night Stand,” National Law Journal, July 21, 1997.

“Megatrials: The More, the Messier,” White Collar Crime Reporter, November 1991.

“Problems in the Trial of a Multiple Defendant Case,” New York State Bar Association, 1989.

“Essentials of Cross-Examination,” New York State Bar Association, 1987.

“Multiple Representation of White Collar Targets and Witnesses During the Grand Jury Investigation,” Practicing Law Institute, 1985.

“Remedies for Private Plaintiffs Under the Civil RICO Statute,” Practicing Law Institute, 1984.

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